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Apple Swift

12 Oct 2014

Tagged with Apple, Swift, ios8, programming

Apple Swift Notes

Unless you have been living in a cave somewhere you cannot have missed the new language from Alles for iOS 8 development (and soon the OS X platform) and the attendant hoo-ha.

Surprisingly, and it make wonder sometimes about Apple as to whether they actually do thier research or or just don't give a sh*t but there is already a well established language called Swift. Swift (non Apple) is a fast easy parallel scripting language running on multicores, clusters, clouds and supercomputers See on more ....

OK back to Apple Swift. I am not going to go into the what or how of Swift, go to the apple site for the language and read there. Also Apple have produced copious documentation to get you going. Here i am going to list a few of the interesting tools and third party libraries that are springing up around swift that have crossed my iOS6 Plus screen in the last few days.


This isn't like other books – we dive right into writing apps. We don't worry too much about syntax right away because we know that you'll pick it up as we go along. You'll be guided through the entire application development process, from creating your first Xcode project right up to submitting to the App Store.

This book presents everything you need to know to build and submit your first app.
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The iOS 8 SDK changes everything. New programming language, new ways to work with other apps, new tools to do cool stuff. In a world of iPhones and iPads, it’s a great time to make a fresh start developing apps for the platform. This book guides you through the state of the art of iOS development, including the radically overhauled Xcode 6 toolchain, the iOS 8 SDK, and the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Entirely rewritten to use Apple’s new Swift programming language, this book will take you through the fundamentals of writing apps that are responsive, adaptive, practical, and exciting.
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